FireMonkey is Embarcadero's new cross-platform application platform for Delphi. With FireMonkey, applications can be developed for iOS, OS X and Windows.
Part 1 introduces FireMonkey and describes... More > what you need to get started: the resources required from Apple and the steps needed to set up your Mac and Windows environments for both OS X and iOS development.
Part 2 looks at styles, effects and animations, multilingual support, 3D applications and controls including cameras, lighting and materials and dealing with models.
Part 3 looks at iOS application development, including resources in the application bundle, playing sound, performing background tasks and using the camera. We see how to provision an iOS device in the Provisioning Portal and submit an application to the App Store.
Part 4 provides a broad overview of OS X development. This section covers the essentials such as the file system, Delphi's OS X libraries and the project Deployment Manager.< Less
Dive into HTML5 Builder development and learn all about the different application types and how to use jQuery Mobile.
Part 1, Overview and Setup, provides an introduction to HTML5 Builder and... More > describes what you need to get started.
Part 2, Working with HTML5 Builder, introduces the HTML5 Builder IDE and explains the main project types for client, mobile and server web applications. IDE-based and browser-based debugging are examined. Topics such as templates, master pages, code insertion, local storage, SQLite, Web SQL, DataSnap, database access, data modules, page layout, animations, transformations, the canvas and drag and drop are all covered.
Part 3, Mobile Development with jQuery Mobile, looks at how jQuery Mobile plays a part in mobile development with HTML5 Builder. You will learn how to incorporate controls into web pages that are not included in HTML5 Builder's tool palette. Topics include page linking and transitions, headers and footers, theming and mobile hardware features.< Less